Welcome to Irish Heritage

Irish Heritage is a voluntary arts organisation, established in London in 1974 to promote the appreciation and understanding of classical music (broadly defined) and music composed by Irish composers, performed by young Irish musicians in Britain to a wide audience. It is the only Irish arts organisation in Britain dedicated to helping young Irish musicians through their continuing education and the early part of their careers. See our Aims

Irish Heritage presents a programme of events in established music venues open to the public; it showcases young Irish musicians at special events and supports other organisations which share its aims in music and the arts. The Irish Heritage Music Bursary (worth £5,000) is awarded annually to an outstanding young Irish musician, working or studying in Britain in order to help in their education and training. See Bursary

You can be part of this exciting arts organisation and help young Irish musicians for a small donation. See Join us


in association with the English Folk Dance & Song Society

Tunes of the Munster Pipers


Aoife Ní Bhriain, fiddle
Caoimhín Ó Fearghail, uilleann pipes & vocals
Grace Toland, narration
Michael Fortune, artist

on 5th October 2017  
at 7.30pm
at Cecil Sharp House, 2 Regent’s Park Road, London NW1 7AY  

Tickets:  £20 (incl. wine reception and programme)
From:  Kathy O’Regan, Tel: 020 7226 4578,  E-mail: kathy.oregan@hotmail.co.uk.
Or E-mail contact@irishheritage.co.uk
Special price of £10 for under 30s, subject to availability 


PATRONS: Lady (Mary) Clancy-Hatch, John Gilhooly OBE, Seamus McGarry, Peter Sutherland KCMG SC

Irish Heritage is a trademark of Irish Heritage Limited, a charitable company, incorporated in England and Wales
Registered Office: 36 Great Russell Street, London WC1B 3QB, Registered Number: 8751590.